The WISE-2410 is a LoraWAN device manufactured by Advantech that serves the purpose to work as a vibration sensor. It features:
- Built-in 3-axis accelerometer and temperature sensor
- Computing total 8 vibration characteristic values on board
- Compliant with ISO 10816
- IP66 with battery-powered, no wiring installation needed
- Easy setting with user friendly interfaces on WISE Studio
- Support wide temperature -20 ~ 85 °C
- RED Compliance
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After registering the gateway, it must be set to send data to iotcreators, to do so use the following config:
- Server address: cth-lorawan-connector.loriot.io
- Server port up: 1780
- Server port down: 1780
- Push timeout: 200ms (this also depends on the quality of your internet connection)
- Keep-alive interval: 5 seconds
The DEVEUI can be found on the top cover of the device, please register the device in your iotcreators project before attempting to send data.
To register it, select "Lorawan (managed by iotcreators.com)" in the registration menu.
The DEVEUI, APPEUI and APPKEY can be found in the RF module section of the wise studio application (see below).
The device can be configured with the WISE studio application, provided by Advatech directly.
Connect the device with a microusb cable, just lift the waterproof rubber cover on the side of the device like this:
Then, boot up wise studio and click on "Go to configuration" button on the right side of the main screen.
Then, on the top side of the following screen, click on "Connect"
WISE studio will then read all the device parameters and you will be able to configure it.
Set the device in OTAA, so that it will not be needed to provide a key to every device, but it will be sufficient to input the application key, application EUI and device EUI. Iotcreators supports this mode only.
You can configure the OTAA in the wise studio, in the configuration --> rf module:
The device will send data at the defined interval, that can be setup in the configuration --> scheduling menu.
You can trigger a test data send with the "Send RF Packet" button in the I/O Status menu.
Please notice that LoRaWAN has the concept of "duty cycle" regarding the transmission time. Therefore, the device can only send for a certain, very limited, amount of time (a typical value is 0,1% of total time), and must remain silent for the rest of the time.
Thus, if you send to many packets, they will simply not be sent to respect this duty cycle.
To decode payloads coming from the device, refer to the "payload decoder" listed above.
Payload can also be decoded with the "Simple http application", available here:
Simple http application
To send downlinks to the device, please use the Send downlink message API.
To forward data to your application endpoint, you can follow the user guide here:
Updated 2 months ago